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Join us on February 16 at 4pm PT/7PM ET for our third episode of Valley View, our monthly live web TV show featuring some of the hottest companies, technology and live from the UBM TechWeb studios in San Francisco.
LIVE STREAM SCHEDULE February 16, 2012 - Time: 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET
InformationWeek Valley View captures the spirit of technology innovation around Silicon Valley and beyond, giving IT viewers’ insight into the creations and strategies of the hottest tech
In this upcoming episode:
- Mobile Device Management Debate: Mobile Iron vs Good Technology
In our MDM segment, we've selected Mobile Iron and Good Technology, two of the bigger names in the space, to go toe-to-toe in a debate about which approach is best.
Michael Skaff, CIO of The San Francisco Symphony He'll talk about some of the trends and issues CIOs are wrestling with, and we'll take a deeper dive Skaff's particular challenges and projects.
- Demo: Tely Labs TelyTV — Skype on your HD TV, featuring CEO, Sreekanth Ravi
Tely Labs, has created a product (TelyTV) that extends Skype to an HD TV -- one that doesn't have to have Internet connectivity built in. We've invited the company's CEO, Sreekanth Ravi, to join us and demonstrate TelyTV in action.
- Demo: Metamarkets Big Data platform, featuring CEO Michael Driscoll
Metamarkets is a startup that does just that, combining Hadoop, in-memory computing and the cloud into its big data platform, where it will try to compete with some of the big boys. CEO Michael Driscoll will talk about how the company will compete and show us how the product works.
- Demo: Chart.io business intelligence for the masses, featuring CEO David Beyer
David Beyer, one of the co-founders of Chart.io, a company that aims to put business intelligence into the hands of the every-day business user, pushing it beyond the arcane and arduous work the company claims is normally required for business intelligence.
- Demo: Rikard Steiber, Global Marketing Director for Mobile & Social, Google
Rikard Steiber, talking about Google+